LOS ANGELES (CBS) —  A Los Angeles man pleaded no contest to sexually battering a female neighbor in her Koreatown apartment and will be sentenced next month, the City Attorney’s Office said Thursday.

Bayarsaikhan Bazarragchaa will be sentenced by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Yvette Verastegui to a possible four month jail sentence and/or Caltrans work and mandatory registration as a sex offender.

He will likely also get 48 months probation, along with psychological counseling, officials said.

Bazarragchaa also is expected to be ordered to stay away from the woman and to abstain from alcohol use while on probation, according to the City Attorney’s Office.

Bazarragchaa pleaded no contest Wednesday to two counts of sexual battery and one count of unauthorized entry of a property while the resident was present.

Authorities said Bazarragchaa entered the unlocked apartment in the 500 block of Berendo Street in April and touched and licked his neighbor’s breast and kissed her while she slept, according to the City Attorney.

The woman — whose husband was asleep on the couch — woke up after he tried to remove her pants, officials said.

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Comments (5)
  1. David V says:

    Wow… the balls on this guy. I couldn’t do or think of doing something that crazy. The BALLS on this guy… wow.

  2. David V says:

    I still can’t stop thinking about this headline. This subject is MINDBENDING to me. Let me think this through…this guy “walked” into someones home, “walked” into a room and saw his neighbor sound asleep then desides to…. How could someone think it’s logic to simply walk into a home (that isn’t his), go to another human being and do the things that he did? What makes him entitled to do the things that he did? This artical is super sonic read. I’m blown away.

  3. Alpha Kenny Juan says:

    I’m guessing that there’s more to this story than the article describes. Why was their front door left unlocked? (Koreatown isn’t Thousand Oaks or Santa Clarita.) How did the guy know that the husband wasn’t in the bedroom with his wife? (Why was the husband on the couch instead of in the bedroom with his wife?) I’m guessing that the husband-wife couple had this guy over and the two men were drinking, and that the guy came back later to molest the wife. But I strongly suspect the husband and this man knew each other well.



  5. John Ashton says:

    If this guy was black/AA the system would lock him us for life. This system is a effing joke!

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